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The constitutional amendment grants the state authority to approve charter schools, whether local school boards want them or not.
Tuesday's ballot includes a Georgia constitutional amendment to re-establish a state commission to approve charter schools. Your job is to decide if that's a good idea.
Charles Bullock of the University of Georgia, sees small chance of the initiative passing. Many Sandy Springs residents say they oppose TSPLOST, while several officials support it.
Higher taxes and lack of trust are two reasons many Sandy Springs survey respondents are against the transportation referendum. Patch sent surveys to about 135 people asking their opinion.
Join Patch users across Georgia in a discussion about next year’s TSPLOST vote.
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